While in Dingle...
Dingle and it's surroundings boast some of Ireland's most scenic areas. Situated approximately thirty miles west of Tralee, near the famous Mount Brandon, it is surrounded by countless lakes, mountains, hills, and valleys. The terrain left after the glaciation is truly a sight to behold. The scenic route from Tralee takes in the breath taking scenery of Conor Pass, Peddlers Lake, and much more. The Slea Head drive takes you through the finest views of West Kerry, beehive huts, and Gallarus Oratory. A visit to Dingle and the appreciation of its historical trail is a very enriching experience, particularly for those with a keen interest in history.
Slea Head Drive
Slea Head Drive is a must for those who visit Dingle.
This scenic drive takes you on a circular tour of most of the western Dingle Peninsula.
Depart from the accommodation, heading left for about 1 km.
At Milltown roundabout, bear left onto R559; Stay on the R559 through Ventry, Dunquin, Faun, and Ballyferriter for about 40 km.
You will return to Milltown and take a left and a right at the subsequent roundabout.